Quake Revitalization Project

Quake Retexturing Project
Quake Remodelling Project

The goal of this project as a whole is to modernize Quake's aesthetics as much as possible without changing the mood, theme, or atmosphere of any setting. Furthermore, this project will cooperate with engine designers and listen to the community to provide the end-user with an easy-to-install pack which will be used simply and efficiently by the Quake engine.

June 22, 2016 - Moon[Drunk] & My-Key
At last, 4 years after we started the Mission Pack 2 sub project and 20 years on the day since Quake was released, we can finally reveal:

The MP2 textures are 100% done!

When the MP2 development came to a halt in early 2013 it felt like we would not make it – ever – but somehow the inspiration to complete the textures returned and here we are! Better late than never, right?
The new paks are, just like the MP1 paks, add-on paks which need both 'Quake map textures v.1.00' paks to be complete and fully functional. Note that we have intentionally left out the 7 'ctf' textures if you for some reason wonder where they are.

So get started now and download and play through the old Dissolution of Eternity all dressed up and you might as well play through Quake and Scourge of Armagon while you're at it – have fun and good luck :)

Preview screenshots can be found on the Screenshots page.
Download links are found on the Downloads page.
January 28, 2013 - Moon[Drunk]
Four months ago in September 2012 it was 10 years since QRP started as QE1M1!!! Unfortunately we did not have any new textures or packs ready to celebrate our anniversary at the time, or now for that matter, but I think the very fact that the project is still on-going after 10 years is quite an achievement in itself.

Regarding the on-going progress we are now focusing on the MP2 map textures. The status and slow progress can be followed on the updated Retexturing page.
Right now there are 102 new textures finished and the 196 released textures are the amount of textures that are the same in MP2 as in original Quake.

There are also some minor additional changes to the site layout and content done besides the updated Retexturing page. Maybe most noticable is our attempt to simplify the Downloads page. Hopefully it is now easier to get an overview of the different downloads?
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